Toyota Usa Foundation
The Foundation is committed to improving the quality of K-12 education by supporting innovative programs that improve the teaching and learning of mathematics and science. Of particular interest are those that are systematic and broad in scope and incorporate interdisciplinary curriculum, “real world” classroom applications, and high student expectations. Also of interest are those that show creativity and innovation and develop the potential of students and/or teachers. Programs must be cost-effective and possess a high potential for success with relatively low duplication in effort. Grants are made to accredited higher education institutions, community colleges, and vocational or trade schools, as well as to nonprofits engaged in pre-collegiate math and/or science education. K-12 public and private schools may not apply directly to the Foundation, but may be the recipient of a funding request from an independent nonprofit. Applicants should contact the nearest Toyota facility (locations are listed on the Web site). Arts and culture and civic and community development grants are awarded to organizations in areas where Toyota has major operations including California, West Virginia, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, and New York.
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